Modest dressing has never been easier for now you have huge online repositories and brands all catering to the modest dressers which was unheard of in the past. Mainstream, designers, fashion boutiques, and media houses are popularizing and accepting this trend in the media.
What many people fail to see is that Modest clothing or modesty in dressing
is not your regular fashion fad or season’s latest grab but it’s a way of life.
Thereby moving beyond the superficiality of brands, and commercialism as
instilled by the world of advertising modest clothing makes a statement on
Since modest dressers are also commonly seen as power dressers for they
reserve the right on their body to decide what to show and what not to,
there’s always a shade of sharpness to the way they carry themselves with
much élan. Modest Clothing also carries undertones of being neat and
defined and successfully manages to cover one’s body. Alternatively, such
dressers command a lot of respect from the society at large for people value
themfor their self-worth and not for their physical attributes.
Off late there have been a number of movements to bring out such modest
dressers on to the mainstream media and many modest dressers actively
participating or holding on to key positions and roles in the society. Ibtihaj Mohammad, Noor Tagouri
and Dina Tokio are many such celebrated examples of women in sports media and fashion respectively
holding on to the mantle of modesty in turbulent times of Islamophobia. One also has to note that, modest
dressers are not only related to a particular faith or community but are united in ideology across the
visible segregated lines of race, faith and gender.
Modest Clothes are also easier to source from your wardrobe as there’s no particular brand, faith or
designer who has the sole proprietorship on this trend. However, one could find many Fashion gurus and
experts online doling out excellent tips and tricks to up one’s style game and add an element of finesse
into their looks. Charting online one could see a hybridity of modern contemporary looks modelled on
traditional scarves, Abayas, thobes and robes. While one could always resort to DIY tricks while fiddling
with layering and a dash of creativity, there now are huge mainstream contemporary fashion brands,
appeasing its modest buyers with their customized range attuned to the taste of the modest dressers.